After more than three decades on the airwaves, 18 of them working at Toledo stations, newscaster Bill Hormann announced his retirement during his 11pm broadcast on Sunday, June 30. The primary reasons for his departure were probably asleep in their beds at home as he said his final farewells: his twin seven-year-old sons, Connor and
Denny Amrhein wanted to be a salesman his whole life. Graduating from Central Catholic in 1967, Amrhein attended college— first in Adrian, then at the University of Toledo— at the urging of his mother. But Amrhein was dedicated to the pursuit of not studying, and after one semester at each school, he had a frank
Theater has been a driving force in F. Scott Regan’s life for over 50 years From his early days as a high school actor, to his first tentative steps as a director in college, to today, working as a respected Glass City stage director. So what first inspired Regan to work in theater all those
Laneta Goings has believed in the power of books as long as she can remember. “From my early childhood, I have always loved to read,” Goings said.
Teresa Fedor looks back at two decades of service For nearly 20 years, Teresa Fedor has represented the Toledo area in state politics. Beginning with a seat in the Ohio House in 2000, Fedor’s career has seen her elected to the Ohio Senate in 2002, a second term in the House in 2010, and now